Amanda Elizabeth Davies, daughter of One Life to Live star Erika Slezak has passed away at the age of 42.
According to the message on Slezak's official website, “It is with great sadness that I share the news of the passing of Erika's daughter Amanda Elizabeth Davies who died very suddenly. The family is heartbroken and would appreciate privacy at this time.”
Davies portrayed the adolescent rendition of her mother's character, Victoria "Viki" Lord, on ABC's One Life to Live.
Her appearances on the enduring show date back to 2003, specifically during flashback sequences.
Brian Davies, Amanda's father, shares a similar profession, with acting credits including roles in American Gigolo, Convoy, The Age of Innocence, and various other films.
Together with Erika Slezak, they are parents not only to Amanda but also to their son Michael Davies, aged 44.
Running from 1968 until its cancellation in 2012, One Life to Live experienced a brief revival in 2013.
The soap opera holds a significant place in television history.
Slezak accumulated six Daytime Emmy Awards for her portrayal of Viki over several decades.
Walter Slezak, her late father and a Tony-winning actor, also graced One Life To Live with his presence.
“This just broke my heart. My thoughts are with dear Erika at this time. I know how much she loved her Children,” television journalist Michael Fairman shared a post on X in response to the news of Davies' passing on Monday.
His post featured a photograph capturing a smiling moment between Slezak and Davies.
For the unversed, Amanda Davies' demise marks the second sudden loss within the One Life To Live community in less than two months.
In December of the previous year, Kamar de los Reyes, known for portraying cop Antonio Vega on the show, succumbed to a brief battle with cancer at the age of 56.
Reyes had been part of One Life To Live since 1995 and had a continuous presence on the soap opera until 2009.
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